|Radio Sarang, Mangalore, India - Recorded by FN/Frederick Noronha|
Community/campus radio station Radio Sarang operates from St. Aloysius College in Mangalore, Karnataka, India. An introduction to the station and a tete-a-tete with Fr (Dr.) Richard Rego SJ, the director of SARaNG FM Community Radio. He is Head & Assoc. Professor of the Department of Mass Communication (PG), St Aloysius College; PB 720 Mangalore - 575003. Contacts for him phone: +91-824-2449700-01 (Off) +91-824-2449706-07 (Res) +91-9448546425...
Keywords: radio; community; india; mangalore; karnataka; st aloysius; alternative media; community radio; radio sarang; konkani; beary language
|Tomazinho Cardozo, an interview in Mangalore|
Former Goa Assembly Speaker, and a man of the performing arts, Tomazinho Cardozo, speaks with Willy Goes about building Konkani bridges between Goa and Mangalore, both of which share some similar linguistic and other traditions. This interview was conducted at Radio Saranga, 107.8 FM at Mangalore, on March 10, 2012. Interview in the Konkani language.
Keywords: goa; mangalore; konkani; tomazinho cardozo; culture; language; radio saranga; community radio station
|Nony SIngh, The Archivist - Recorded by FN|
Noted Goa-based photographer Dayanita Singh's mum Nony Singh's first book collates a surprising and insightful collection of her photographs over the decades. This is an audio recording of the entire event, including a conversation between Nony Singh and Alka Pande, besides a Q&A.TimeOut (Bengaluru) described the book thus: "Nony Singh's The Archivist is a collection of photographs of and by her family. The book is divided into sections titled 'Photographs of Nony Singh from her albums' and ...
Keywords: photography; india; partition; women photographers; sikh community; post-partition delhi; dayanita singh; nony singh; alka pande